Out now is the all new The Mystic Underground video and remix single “Famous Last Words (Of A Generation)”. The track was written by the Brooklyn-based synthpop duo Vladimir Valette and Benedetto Socci.
Vladimir Valette explains the meaning of the song as follows: “The song is a bit of a lament about the passing of time and the rites of passage that we all experience at the expense of the spirit and fervor we tend to leave behind. I suppose it also touches on the inevitable generation gap where the next generation looks at the prior one as a bit of disappointment for leaving their ideals behind. So as you can tell, the song is definitely intended to be a candidate as the song of the summer…in Autumn.”
This is the video for the track.
This The Mystic Underground remix single holds 3 tracks, and apart from the single edit you will find a GHOST COP remix and a halovox remix. You can check it out below on Bandcamp.
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